Oui, Je Vois!

Oui je vois-Art Journal Page-Linda Lenart McNulty (800x591)

Oui, je vois! -Art Journal page by Linda Lenart McNulty

Discovering Art Journaling was for me, like seeing a path, and so the next set of pages in my Art Journal is called “Oui, je vois le chemin!” or “Oui, je vois!” “Yes, I see the path! Yes, I see!”

The precious face of the creature in flight, I found in a magazine last year. She has an expression like my daughter’s when she was young, and is a little peeved about the journey even though the path has finally shown itself from such a height.

I had been playing around recently with a type of hollow script I invented when I was a teen, and I wanted to get back to my roots so I “let it come” as Pooh says, into my work today. I am sure I wasn’t the only inventor of this hollow script, but there is my version. I’ll be using and teaching that to whomever likes such a thing.

Another little piece of nostalgia for me was a chocolate wrapper diamond I saved from a day when I offered chocolate to students in my encaustic workshop (must have been valentine’s day).

I also sculpted up a little head for a Santos to come. I will post photos on that process tomorrow or Monday.

Thanks for checking in!

-Linda

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About Linda Lenart McNulty

I am an artist with a spirit to share, inspire and heal others through my work, which is currently exploring the Awakening of the Santos Cage figurative form in sculpture and intaglio painting. My quest is to channel art through Spirit, while bringing others into connection with their creative selves, using the joy of life, the gift of color and the discovery of form as vehicles to expression. Find me at: lindalenartmcnulty.com
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2 Responses to Oui, Je Vois!

  1. vickiross says:

    Thani you, Linda for a great blog post! I, too, discovered art journaling in the past year and have met so many wonderful people! Want to get back to my regular art some too!

  2. Thanks for checking in Vicki! So you are addicted too! I am just fascinated by this art form and I think I’ll be posting/blogging on it quite a bit. It does seem like just what the doctor ordered in our hectic art lives, doesn’t it? Happy Creating! -LInda 🙂

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